I Am Native American (seminole)

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    Ok, First of All Seminoles Are...

    Ok, first of all Seminoles are only ONE tribe amongst thousands......and to answer the question, I am PART native american (as are a great many americans).  My Dad has some Cherokee blood, my mother Dakota Sioux
    dmwinchester dmwinchester
    36-40, M
    Oct 6, 2007

    I'm Native to America, But...

    I'm native to America, but I'm not sure about my ancestors.
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    1 Response Oct 6, 2007


    Finally getting to know people from the tribe...I can't really tell you what percent I am about being an Navtive american but, my great-grand mother was full blood Seminole...my grandfather...then my mom...of course me! I'm just thankful to know where I part of my heritage from...
    Monsterbunny17 Monsterbunny17
    18-21, F
    Jul 19, 2012

    I Am Half Native American Seminole

    Like the title says I am half Native American Seminole, and I was born and raised in Florida. I DO NOT fluently speak my native language, Miccosuke, but I do know a few words. I also really wanna know how to speak it completely though, also Creek because my family members say...
    seminolewind seminolewind
    18-21, F
    5 Responses Oct 12, 2011

    Lost Brave

    I dont Know my father he was indain please dont laghf i can not spell good I have head injury. how do I prove that my blood is indeed of seminole.
    deweyjones deweyjones
    1 Response Feb 19, 2012

    I Am 1/8 Seminole

    Hi, my name is Dennis Harris. I'm majoring in Anthropology and I'm 1/8 Seminole 3/8 African American and 1/2 German. My great-grandfather (Charlie Harris) is 100% Seminole Indian. He grew up in Lake Wales Florida. My grandfather is 1/2, my father is 1/4, and I'm 1/8. I am...
    dnlaly dnlaly
    2 Responses Aug 31, 2008

    Seminole Wars

    The  Gaskins _ Welborn was active in all the war one tenth of all Sea Island cotton produced in the world until a devastating boil weevil attack in 1915 decimated the cotton yield.  Attempting to find a crop that would replace cotton, A. D. Gaskins and W. H. Lyle were...
    OnNoEagle OnNoEagle
    51-55, F
    Nov 12, 2009
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